Kim also teaches at Cottonwood Artists in Colorado Springs. He doesnt do emails nor have a website, but does 6-7 seminars per yr. I took the one in CSprings and it was great. He's a fabulous artist and a wonderful person to boot.
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I read your response, and although that was in 2003, I'm hoping that you still know Kim's workshop schedule. I've found a few on the web but feel certain there are others that are just not listed. Does he have a website or email? I've had a hard time finding much info and I really want to go to a workshop of his. THANKS!
I have been a fan of his work since l994 and own two paintings. It's obvious that he's mastered chiaroscuro, but he uses it to help ordinary elements of life transcend their boundaries. His paintings are not simply depictions of light and dark but they play with the darkness of the soul, capturing inner loneliness in the midst of a seeming moment of sociability: on vacation in a foreign land shopping for souvenirs, looking ever way but straight ahead, walking down the long, lonely passageways in which we often find ourselves. But before you think his work is a study in gloom and despair, an appropriate counterpart to the social constructivist, deconstructive philosophy so current today--look again. Somewhere blue, rose, gold shade the canvas, providing transcendent light, providing solace, comfort, and color. If you are looking for a painting that will not fade away against the backdrop of your wall, a painting that will continue to entrance, causing you to keep looking for that elusive moment of happiness--then you can't go wrong with the work of Kim English.
Kim English's classesEvelyn
Kim English teaches at the Art Students League of Denver, The Scottsdale Artists School, The Branham Ranch (Fechin Institute) in Taos, NM. and Art in the Aspens Workshops, to mention a few places. You may find the info on the web by typing in the names of these locations, or get in touch with me. I have been studying with Kim for many years. He is great. He teaches a quick,spontaneous technique, that keeps the paintings fresh and exciting.To watch him paint is to watch a symphonic performance.Every note (brushstroke)is descriptive and exciting.
CollectingVal Beck Sena
8 years ago while driving cross country, my husband and I saw a painting. It was riveting. The use of light unbelievable. It's a Kim English, I don't know its name, but it is of a boardwalk with umbrellad tables,people sitting, walking and a man wearing a sandwich board advertising Toys.
It is our best work of art, not the most 'famous' but the most loved and admired. Thank you, Kim English.
I am currently trying to find a teaching schedule for Kim English, artist.
I and a couple of others are interested in taking
instruction from him.